Clore Gallery, Tate Gallery, Liverpool: James Stirling, Michael Wilford and Associates
The Clore Gallery is one of London's most challenging new galleries, built toouse the Tate's collection of paintings by J.W. Turner. Its counterpart, theate in Liverpool, is a conversion of a 1845 warehouse to an art gallery.his book provides a detailed record of each building.
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